An article published by the British newspaper The Guardian talks about some sustainable accommodations bookable through the Ecobnb platform. The article, entitled “Grand agriturismos: seven bellissimo eco-stays on Italy’s Adriatic coast“, mentions seven eco-friendly accommodations in Abruzzo and Marche. Let’s read it together..
The article published in The Guardian
The Guardian’s article recommends using the Ecobnb platform to look for sustainable lodgings and suggests seven eco-friendly accommodations located on the Adriatic coast, which journalist Liz Boulter visited in person during her trip to Italy.
We start from Abruzzo, a suggestive village reborn thanks to sustainable tourism, to go up the peninsula by stopping in beautiful organic farmhouses and bed & breakfast on the sea, up to the rolling hills of the Marche, in the place where Italian organic agriculture was born. Here are the stages of the Italian journey of Liz Boulter told in the British newspaper The Guardian:
- The Sextantio in Santo Stefano di Sessanio (Abruzzo) to live a unique experience in a suggestive medieval village.
- The Agriturismo L’Aperegina in Corvara (Abruzzo), an organic farm that offers exclusive accommodations, including a room resembling a treehouse and one under the stars.
- The Relais Borgo sul Mare in Silvi (Abruzzo), is a property located in a charming village with breathtaking views of the sea.
- The Agriturismo La Curtis in Montalto delle Marche, is an old farmhouse renovated in an ecological way with full respect to the surrounding nature.
- La Coroncina in Belforte del Chienti (Marche), an organic farm offering vegan menus. This tourism accommodation allows its guests to sleep in a barrel!
- The Acanto Country House in Sirolo (Marche), renovated with recycled materials and furnished with antiques, is located inside the wonderful Conero Park.
- The Agriturismo Girolomoni in Isola del Piano (Marche), an organic farmhouse surrounded by nature, where you can visit the factory of one of the first organic pasta produced in Italy.
The article published in The Guardian describes in more detail these seven sustainable lodgings bookable through the Ecobnb platform.
Read the article by Liz Boulter and get inspired by these seven eco-friendly accommodations!